‘Lack of transparency’ could hinder EMEA infrastructure investment, says S&P report

While recent evidence points to growing institutional demand, confidence and appetite for infrastructure investments, there has been only limited issuance of project finance capital market debt in EMEA over the past five years. The majority of infrastructure funding requirements has therefore been met by bank lending. A report released by Standard & Poor’s this week put that down to a lack of transparency and disclosure of project performance data. Indeed, the report concluded that the development of a sustainable market for long-term investments for infrastructure still requires a well-structured, transparent, stable long-term framework that would enable all parties to plan effectively. Following Moorgate’s media outreach, a summary of the report was covered by Infrastructure Investor

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